benzyl benzoate


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benzyl benzoate

[′ben·zəl ′ben·zə‚wāt]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5COOCH2C6H5 An oily, colorless liquid ester; used as an antispasmodic drug and as a scabicide.
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Linalol, citral, citronellal, and benzyl benzoate were highly effective, causing more than 50% inhibition at 0.
Similarly, cells treated with linalol and LA accumulated at Gl phase of cell cycle; citral and citronellal arrested majority of the cells in S phase while benzyl benzoate induced G2-M arrest and apoptosis (Fig.
Citral and benzyl benzoate brought down MIC of FLC from 64 [micro] g/ml to 2 [micro] g/ml i.
Benzyl benzoate was the least effective among the terpenoids tested since majority of the isolates (n = 37) required 0.
eugenol (64 fold), citronellal (16 fold), LA (16 fold), and benzyl benzoate (32 fold) (Table 1B, Fig.